Open call - "REvsiting Borders"

2020-08-26

The call encourages students and educators, emerging researchers and academics, artists, emerging professionals and practitioners working in the arts and culture sector to respond to current issues related to the main theme of the Arts & Cultural Management Conference (ACMC); "REvisiting Borders" and the following sub-themes: REsilience, REimagine, REinterpret. 

The selected applicants will be featured in a three-day series of virtual events between 28 - 30 January 2021. Submissions are welcomed until 4 October.

Proposals can suggest various virtual themes. To be considered, submissions must include:

  • a research abstract, summary, or event proposal (no more than 300 words) with a few key references; (clearly indicating the selected presentation format and any relevant information on the plan to present/facilitate)
  • a short biography (100 words or less) with the applicant's background & interests.

All proposals can be sent via the submission form by 11.59 pm (CET) on 4 October 2020.

Localized hubs

Eligible applicants also have the chance to collaborate directly with the ACMC Team on curating part of the event agenda by setting up and coordinating a localized hub in their own area. 


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